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Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter, Inc is the leading non-profit organization dedicated solely to promote Finnish-American cultural exchange in the tri-state area. We give out scholarship to students and arrange various cultural events throughout the year.

If you would like to support our mission, please make a cash donation by clicking the "donate"  button here. If you want to contribute to our endowment funds, or include us in your estate plan, please send us an email. Thank You!

News:

Our Annual Meeting will take place, Friday, May 13th. More info here. Event includes a special presentation by Journalist Anu Partanen about her upcoming book: "The Nordic Theory of Everything - In Search of a Better Life."


 

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Finland in August 

Finland in August 

 

Apply Scholarship For Studies

Apply Scholarship For Studies

SCHOLARSHIPS
The Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter has a distinguished record of awarding scholarships to qualified individuals for study in the United States and Finland in such fields as: science, medicine, business, music, art, history, education, and Finnish studies. Read more of the details and application process.

Scholarships

Finnish Heritage For Life

Finnish Heritage For Life

MEMBERSHIP
The Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter Is A Non-Profit Organization, Governed By A Board Of Directors, Which Supports And Cultivates Finnish Culture In The New York Tri-State Area.

We Invite You To Help The Finlandia Foundation® Achieve Its Mission By Joining Our Efforts In Support Of Finnish-American Exchange!

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Support And See Growth

Support And See Growth

DONATIONS
Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter is a not-for-profit organization under section 501(c)3 of the IRS Code.  This means that your unrestricted donations are 100% tax deductible.  We accept donations to our scholarship funds and in support of our activities to preserve Finnish culture in the greater New York area.

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